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MONTE I. DUBE

Monte I. Dube is a partner in the health care department of Proskauer LLP. For more than 30 years, Monte has worked in the health industry guiding clients both in the United States and internationally through the challenges presented by new government programs, the changing capital markets and technology adoption. His clients include hospitals and health systems, academic medical centers, health care and physician organizations and private equity firms.

Areas of Concentration

Monte’s practice is focused on: high stakes merger and acquisition deals for hospitals, including many notable privatization and restructuring transactions, cross-border representation of health care companies in regulatory, joint venture and complex contracting matters and the defense of governmental investigations of health care compliance allegations. He also represents private equity firms in health care acquisitions and advises on regulatory and reimbursement issues for their health care portfolio companies.

Recognition and Thought Leadership

Monte has been ranked as a "Tier One" attorney by Chambers USA ever since Chambers inaugurated its national ranking of health lawyers. Recent client accolades included in Chambers are:

  • Clients highlight his strengths as his "innovative thinking about structuring transactions" and say "he is easy to access and incredibly pleasant." (2014)
  • Monte is "well known for his work in high-value M&A matters.” Sources are quick to celebrate his excellent communications abilities . . . he is a well-established figure" easy to work with and always available." (2013)
  • Monte’s "ability to marshal a transaction" has been compared to that of a "conductor of a symphony." He is a "well known transactional lawyer and one of my top people." (2012)

Monte previously taught as a Bigelow Teaching Fellow and Lecturer in Law at the University of Chicago School of Law. He regularly lectures and publishes on hospital physician relations, hospital merger, affiliation and joint venture transactions, fiduciary duties of not-for-profit trustees, and governmental hospital issues.

Speaker Topics

  • Capital and Financial Planning
  • Governance

Speaker Type

  • Breakout Presenter
  • Group Facilitator
  • Keynote Presenter
  • Presentation Moderator